How much revenue is lost due to lost,
stolen, vandalized or improperly maintained equipment each year?
Contractors regularly leave heavy equipment at construction sites for
months on end. Keeping track of this equipment can be made simple with
rugged, weather tight GPS units that transmit a virtually REAL-TIME
message to an owner or manager if the equipment leaves the construction
site or if it is used off hours. Units can also be setup to report
in the equipment engine hours every week, greatly facilitating routine
service scheduling. We will also give you the power to locate and
disable any equipment in your fleet throughout North America at any
time. This power will allow you to minimize the costs associated with
lost, stolen or abandoned equipment.
- Monitor equipment hours:
Track how many hours the
equipment is being used by you or your customers.
- Increase rentals and leases:
Rent and lease to customers who you
previously were not wanting to rent or lease to because of poor credit
or being unable to
trust the customer with your equipment.
- Increase profit and revenue:
Increased rentals and leases and reduced downtime and maintenance
equals bottom line profits!
- Verify equipment utilization: You
have a need for a piece of equipment at
one job site, but the equipment is currently being used at another job
site. Or is it? Looking at your GPS report will let you know if the
is being utilized or if it is idle.
- Decrease maintenance costs and
downtime: Equipment is at a job site for a
longer than expected time. Employees are unaware that it has come time
for the scheduled maintenance. The equipment breaks down because
it was not properly maintained and now it is not available for
equipment maintenance: Alerts are sent to management when
preset equipment hour thresholds are met.
your equipment goes: Once your equipment is rented, see
where it is going and how long it is being used.
starter: The equipment rental agreement has expired
but you are not ready to pick up the equipment. Stop unauthorized use
of equipment remotely from your computer by disabling the starter.
stolen or abandoned equipment: With GPS installed in your
equipment, know where your equipment is and where it goes